La mujer en el congreso estadounidense a partir de 1920: el caso de Edith Nourse Rogers
This book introduces the unknown US congresswoman Edith Nourse Rogers. It brings to the fore the most significant accomplishments Mrs. Rogers made during her prolific political career in the United States House of Representatives. In this sense, a good sign of her notoriety is the fact that she is, even today, the second woman who has served the longest in the US Congress. It should also be noted that congresswoman Rogers was the promoter of the incorporation of women into the army, in addition to proposing the creation of a specific female body, something totally unthinkable in her time.